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      HITS Magazine Cover

      Release Date: January 14th 2019 Photographer: Peter Lindbergh
      In promotion of A Star Is Born, and their #1 single "Shallow," Lady Gaga was revealed as the new cover star of HITS Magazine - a music industry magazine that is hard to come by for purchase. While the cover says "Lady Gaga" it should really say "Ally Maine" as HITS Magazine got to use a never-before-seen photo from Peter Lindberg's A Star Is Born promotional photoshoot.
      On the cover, just a small section of Lady Gaga's outfit can be seen - but it is clear it is look 15 from Saint Laurent's Fall 2016 Ready-To-Wear collection with Hedi Slimane. Lady Gaga is a super fan of Hedi Slimane and has worn nearly every piece from the collection!
      The strapless cocktail dress is made with an asymmetric bustline and covered entirely with multicolored sequin and beadwork. Unfortunately, as the dress is now an archival piece, it is no longer available for purchase.
      Check out HQ scans of the magazine on GagaImages here.
      By Terran Warden
       

      Critics' Choice Awards

      Date: January 13th 2018 Location: The Barker Hangar (Santa Monica, California)
      With nine nominations at the 24th annual Critics' Choice Awards for her film A Star Is Born, Lady Gaga attended the award ceremony in Santa Monica wearing a custom look made for the event.
      Her look was once again created by her dream team of Sarah Tanno (makeup), Frederic Aspiras (hair), Tom Eerebout (styling) and Sandra Amador (styling).
      Created for Lady Gaga at Calvin Klein By Appointment - Calvin Klein's made-to-measure design service, Lady Gaga's strapless column gown drapes to the floor in what Calvin Klein has called "blush silk crepe" fabric complete with a cape-like train flowing behind her.
      She then finished her look simply with only large diamond stud earrings.
      I am on the hunt for more details and photos showing what shoes she has underneath her hem so stay tuned!
      By Terran Warden

      National Board of Review Awards 2019

      Date: January 8th 2019  Location: Cipriani 42nd Street (New York City, New York)
      A star has truly been born this awards season and her name is Gaga. Having left us all gagged and begging for more, there hasn't been a single event it seems, that Lady Gaga hasn't turned a look, and The National Board of Review Awards was no exception. 
      The National Board of Review is an American film organization that chooses what they believe are the best works in film from the year.
      Lady Gaga arrived (last of course) at Cipriani's 42nd Street location in Midtown Manhattan to accept the Best Actress Award for her work in, A Star is Born.
      Serving us nothing but elegance, she donned a black custom tuxedo gown made for her by Ralph Lauren. The gown which was embellished with reportedly 23,000 black crystals, double breasted front with a plunging neckline, a sexy high slit, and a flowing train.
      Not to be outdone, it was accompanied by the pièce de résistance, a black and gold shrug made of feathers, the gold in fact were hand painted. The shrug was featured in Ralph Lauren's 2012 Fall Runway show. Instead of wearing the shrug, she opted to hold it more like a purse, using it as a prop to pose all night long. 
      Her formerly periwinkle hair was returned back to her signature platinum blonde and was slicked back in short curls below her ears. Wearing subtle makeup, Gaga did sport a stunning red lip, just emphasizing that she has now mastered old Hollywood glamour. 
      Keeping glamour as a top priority, she accessorized the look with black satin Gianvito Rossi pumps ($695) and Messika spiral earrings from their new high jewelry collection, the price of which, is only available on demand.  

      Sam Elliott Footprint Ceremony

      Date: January 7th 2019 Location: TCL Chinese Theater (Los Angeles, California)
      After attending the 2019 Golden Globes (and winning Best Original Song for "Shallow), Lady Gaga attended Sam Elliott's footprint ceremony at the historic TCL Chinese Theater. The entrance to the theater has over 200 handprints, footprints, and autographs from actors.
      For the special ceremony, Lady Gaga brought back one of my favorite Born This Way era looks (see left) with an A Star Is Born twist!
      Lady Gaga wore Fay's "Trench in Leather" in light blue from the Autumn/Winter 2018 collection. Inspired by 70's style, the trench is crafted in soft leather with shoulder tabs, side pockets and waist belt. Their new double-breasted jacket is characterized by sinuous lines and a feminine silhouette- a timeless classic, revisited with a glamorous twist. Made in Italy, it is available for 1,950 euros here.
      Beneath her jacket, Lady Gaga wore a black sweater, distinguished by the chain attached to the neckline. From there I was able to track it down as Alexander Wang's "Chain Neck Pullover." The distressed split back crewneck sweatshirt features a handlinked jewelry chain at the neck and toggle closure. It is made of 90% wool and 10% cashmere, and is available for $650 here.
      Lady Gaga's look was completed with my favorite heels of all time - Christian Louboutin's "So Kate" pumps in black patent leather! Owning a pair myself, I would recognize them anywhere and it is always my favorite look when Mother Monster puts on a pair!
      Inspired by the fervor of disco, the "So Kate" pump combines audacity with sophistication. Made of black patent leather, it hugs the foot with elegance. Atop a stiletto of 120mm, it reveals with each step the signature of the Louboutin House. They are available online for $725 here (but here's a tip - in stores they are sold for $675).
      Finally, Lady Gaga could be seen carrying her "Medium 16 Bag" from Celine while seated at the ceremony. Back in the summer, Lady Gaga was the first person in the world to debut the new design and thus her bag is custom monogrammed with "LG" in gold to match the gold hardware of the bag.
      The 16 Bag was designed by Slimane on his first day of arrival at Celine and is available in three different sizes. The design of the bag is said to be based on the very Parisian way of wearing a bag and recaptures the codes of Maison Celine's historic bags with specific 60's details such as the cropped flap as well as rounded and belted effects. Made of 100% satinated black calfskin leather with a matching top handle, a removable shoulder strap, and an outer flat pocket under the flap. The bag is finished with a twist lock closure and a Celine padlock on a leather key cover.
      It is finally available for purchase, in several different leather colors, starting at $4,550 here.
      Check out hundreds of HQ photos of Lady Gaga attending Sam Elliott's footprint ceremony via GagaImages here.
      By Terran Warden
       

      Golden Globes Red Carpet

      Date: January 6th 2019 Location: The Beverly Hilton (Beverly Hills, California)
      With 5 nominations for her film A Star Is Born including 2 nominations herself, for Best Lead Actress and Best Original Song, Lady Gaga attended the 2019 Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills looking like a true movie star!
      Keeping her makeup clean and making her hair edgy with a blue tint, Lady Gaga graced the red carpet in a customized version of look 19 from the Valentino Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2018 collection - the same collection her amazing Venice Film Festival ostrich feather gown came from!
      The periwinkle strapless ball gown is a simplified version of the runway dress, made with a cape creating dramatic drop sleeves and an extensive train that had to be carried by not one but two stylists - Tom Eerebout and Sandra Amador!
      This beauty was designed and created by Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli who released behind the scenes photos of the dress's creation (see left).
      To accessorize her look, Lady Gaga wore incredible diamonds from Tiffany and Co. Her necklace is the "Tiffany Aurora Necklace" named after Aurora Borealis (also known as the Northern Lights) and was made just for her in the New York City Tiffany workshop!
      Her Tiffany diamonds extended beyond her neck with cluster diamond earrings and diamond bracelets around her wrist.
      Allowing her gown to drape beautifully against the carpet, Lady Gaga wore giant heels from Giuseppe Zanotti! She flashed these custom beauties to E News! for just a moment and they are not pictured on the carpet - but are extremely high-heeled silver ankle boots that her stylists Tom and Sandra showed fans on their Instagram stories!
      Check out HQ photos from the red carpet, presenting with Bradley Cooper, accepting her award, and more via GagaImages!
      BONUS: Lady Gaga's "icy smokey" makeup was done by her makeup artist Sarah Tanno who is a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty, thus her entire look was created with Marc Beauty products and we've got the scoop!
      For her eyes, Sarah began by combining eyeshadow and glitter. The cool-toned eyeshadows are from the Frivoluxe 730 "Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette" which is sold for only $49 here. The glitter is Marc Beauty's "See-Quins Glam Glitter Eyeshadow" in icy opal shade Flashlight. Flashlight is no longer available through Marc Beauty but it is still available through Sephora for only $28 here.
      Next, Sarah lined her eyes with her favorite "Highliner Gel Eye Crayon" in the deepest, shiniest black Blacquer. It is available here for $25. She then finished her lashes with the Haus of Gaga's favorite mascara, the "Velvet Noir" major volume mascara. It is available in a full size for $26 here or in a travel size for only $14 here.
      Finally for her lips, Sarah first swiped on the "New Nudes Sheer Gel Lipstick" in brownish nude shade Moody Margot 106 for $30 here. She then layered on a champagne gold shimmer with the "Enamored Hi Shine Gloss Lip Lacquer" in Sugar Sugar 312. It is available for $28 here.
      BONUS: Lady Gaga's tinted updo was created by her longtime hair artist Frederic Aspiras with all Joico products, and Freddie was kind enough to give us the instructions to recreating this look on Instagram!
      Joico products are available to professionals only at beauty supply stores so there will be no reliable links to purchase these products online. However, the Good Hair Day (GHD) styling tools are available for purchase and listed below!
      To achieve the color, first create a "brilliant blonde" using Joico's Blonde Life Lightener. To add the beautiful "Cerulean Blue" tint, mix Joico's Color Intensity in shades Sky and Rose with Clear Mixer. 
      To achieve the style, first comb Joico Blonde Life Brightening Veil throughout with a wide tooth Good Hair Day comb. Then use a 1-inch round boar bristle brush and Good Hair Day "Air" blow-dryer on high heat and medium speed. Run the Good Hair Day Platinum + throughout the hair to create smooth finish and spray Joico Body Shake throughout.
      Next, using the Good Hair Day boar bristle paddle brush, sweep the hair up into ponytail. Wrap and twist hair into a half bun leaving end of hair out parted to each side of head. Wrap the ends of the hair around 1.5 inch Good Hair Day curling iron to create long lasting curl. Finish by spraying Joico Humidity Blocker Finishing Spray throughout.
      Purchase Freddie's tools below:
      GHD Wide Tooth Comb ($22)
      GHD 1 inch Round Boar Bristle Brush ($40)
      GHD Air ($199)
      GHD Platinum + ($249)
      GHD Paddle Brush ($35)
      GHD 1.5 inch Curling Iron ($199)
      By Terran Warden
       

      New Year's Party in Las Vegas, Nevada

      Date: December 31st 2018 Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
      Ringing in 2019, Lady Gaga partied in Las Vegas after finishing her ENIGMA show. While she did not post any photos herself from the celebration, some of her designer and celebrity friends (which included Alexander Wang, Stephen Gan of V Magazine, and Eli Russell L) took to Instagram to give us a quick peak at her look.
      For the party, Lady Gaga wore a full outfit and accessories by Samuel Ososki. He is a young, up and coming costume designer who is new to the fashion scene but has previously worked with Mother Monster with fittings and alterations as well as creating her custom corset and train for her 2017 Christmas party.
      To start she wore a custom floor-length mesh dress made with a high neck, long sleeves, and a corseted waist. The dress is finished with a hoop-like hem and covered entirely in green and blue Swarvoski crystal stars!
      To accessorize the dress, Ososki also created a matching brimmed hat made of the same mesh and Swarvoski crystal stars - as well as a pair of small glasses encrusted in matching Swarvoski crystals with small slits for her eyes to see through. According to monsters online, the dress used 10,000 crystals!
      Thankfully, Ososki uploaded some great behind-the-scenes photos of the entire look after creating it to Instagram! Check them out on the right. Not pictured in his photos are her matching star pasties worn to cover her nipples.
      Her shoes were never pictured but I imagine she wore sky-high black Pleaser heels because what could be more iconic?
      By Terran Warden

      ENIGMA Look 6

      Date: December 28th 2018 Location: Park Theater (Las Vegas, Nevada)
      Lady Gaga closed her Las Vegas residency with an encore performance of her A Star Is Born hit "Shallow" on her piano. For her encore, Lady Gaga changed into one last outfit for the show and this time brought back the same idea that the future looks a lot like the past.
      Thanking her fans for the past 10 year journey that landed her in Las Vegas, Lady Gaga wore simply an oversized "LADY GAGA" t-shirt with her favorite knee-high boots.
      Her t-shirt is a custom design by self-proclaimed artist (and not an aspiring fashion designer) Luke Vicious. The designer who describes his punk work as "stuck in the 90's" started the t-shirt as just a sketch on a napkin! He has added the original design to his only highlighted Instagram Story so we can thankfully get a closer look at it - see right!
      Similar to her early merchandise designs, the shirt simply says "LADY GAGA" in Luke Vicious' signature font with her very first logo of a human body covered in a lightning bolt. Dimension is added to the design of the shirt with it being purposely distressed. Luke Vicious added a chain to the top of the shirt and pins to keep the sleeve together as well as decoration along the bottom for an amazing punk look. Unfortunately, it is a custom creation not available for purchase.
      Lady Gaga's boots are her longtime favorites made famous in her Monster Ball Tour but have traveled around the world with her over the past 10 years. Hitting just below the knee, these black patent leather boots are fully laced in black and feature a red sole. The exact boots are the Savannah PH 420 from Ellie Shoes' "Penthouse" line and they are available for purchase through various retailers like exotic footwear warehouses online.
      Check out our full coverage of the show here and keep an eye out for more show dates through 2020 to be announced soon! 
      By Terran Warden

      ENIGMA Look 5

      Date: December 28th 2018 Location: Park Theater (Las Vegas, Nevada)
      Closing out her two-hour Las Vegas residency show, Lady Gaga performs for Enigma (her alter-ego) one last time! Dancing to her hit tracks "Born This Way" and "Bad Romance," Lady Gaga wears a full latex outfit reminiscent of the original Born This Way era latex.
      Created by Vex Clothing - who also created her latex look at the Joanne World Tour - Lady Gaga wears a skin-tight bodysuit covered with a dress-like jacket. The jacket is made with extended shoulders and collar similar to bug wings, and is finished with extended hips for an amazing silhouette.
      The jacket is later removed for "Bad Romance," but the matching elbow-length gloves remain.
      Check out all the photos of the look by Vex Clothing on the right and check out this behind-the-scenes video creating the look on their Instagram here!
      The entire look is created with latex from Yummy Gummy latex. The latex is specifically the "Colour Change" version of the "Opal Marble" latex sheets. It is available in 1x2 meter sheets from $66.25 – $145.74 depending on the thickness here. See left for a close up look of the incredible latex.
      The look is finished with ankle boot heels covered in the same latex to pull the look together.
      Check out our full coverage of the show here and keep an eye out for more show dates through 2020 to be announced soon! 
      BONUS: Lady Gaga's dancers were also dressed in Vex Clothing creations the same way they were all dressed in matching latex during the original Born This Way era performances. Check them out on the right!
      The female dancers, which include Monatana Efaw, Sloan Taylor-Rabinor, and China Taylor, all wore thick latex leotards that did not have any opaqueness as Lady Gaga's did.
      The male dancers, which include Ian McKenzie, Victor Rojas, and Graham Bernstein, wore two different latex outfits. The first are long dresses just like the original latex dresses at the "Born This Way" GRAMMYS performance - but this time were made without sleeves. The second look is a two piece crop top and long shorts all made of the "Opal Marble" Yummy Gummy latex.
      All the dancers wore the same gold toned sneakers to match the shade of the latex.
      By Terran Warden
       

      ENIGMA Look 4

      Date: December 28th 2018 Location: Park Theater (Las Vegas, Nevada)
      After surviving the malfunction in the simulation, Lady Gaga is taken to the healing place by Enigma where she performs "The Edge Of Glory" and "Alejandro" before heading to the piano.
      She begins seated on a bean-like chair wearing a full look designed and created by the Haus of Gaga. The outfit consists of a sparkling purple leotard with cutouts below the bust. At the first shows, the leotard was just the plain sparkly fabric but was later fully covered in purple crystals.
      On top of the leotard she wears a purple tubular neck brace that keeps her long hair back for a new look. Below the brace, she is draped in a see-through purple dress. Throughout "Alejandro" the neck brace and dress is removed for her to perform solely in the cutout leotard.
      She finishes her outfit in black leather ankle boots from Stuart Weitzman. They are the "Cling" boot in black leather which is a slightly different version of the celebrity favorite "Clinger" boot that Lady Gaga has also worn. The heel is much shorter and similar to a stiletto heel. She would later wear these same boots for her Meet and Greets at Enigma.
      The "Cling" boots are no longer sold through Stuart Weitzman but they are available every now and then through outside retailers.
      By Terran Warden

      ENIGMA Look 3

      Date: December 28th 2018 Location: Park Theater (Las Vegas, Nevada)
      After being outfitted by Enigma, Lady Gaga's alter ego, in the simulation, Lady Gaga arrives back on stage atop a giant robot in one of her most futuristic looks to date! Her sci-fi bodysuit was designed and created like a giant circuit board that lit up by Asher Levine who previously worked with Lady Gaga for Rolling Stone magazine and her "Marry The Night" music video. Check out some behind-the-scenes photos of the costume's creation on the left.
      Levine told Vogue, "When Lady Gaga's team called to say 'we need something sci-fi,' I knew they had come to the right person. I'm like a sci-fi weird alien, anyway, always have been."
      To create the outfit, Levine started by hand scanning Mother Monster to make the costume fit like a second skin because "if we are making a skintight bodysuit with electricity running through it for Gaga, I need to know her exact geometry," he told Vogue.
      Levine, and his team, employed so many new technologies and methods that allowed them to do what they did in such a short time frame. These technologies included experimental bonding techniques and diffusion systems that wirelessly connect Lady Gaga into the stage lighting sequences and create really dynamic animation during the show.
      With barely a month to complete the technically complex commission, the costume was finished at 11pm on Christmas Day, driven to Las Vegas, and hand delivered by Levine himself. "We lit her up on Christmas Day," Levine noted to Vogue. "Isn't that hilarious? We were all so happy when we lit the tree."
      And so was Lady Gaga who asked for a round of applause to the designer according to Levine. "For someone of her caliber who has basically seen and worn everything to say that, there was something super magical about it. I'm so glad that she and her team chose us to carry out her vision." Levine's full interview with Vogue, including dozens of behind-the-scenes photos is available here.
      Check out our full coverage of the show here and keep an eye out for more show dates through 2020 to be announced soon!
      By Terran Warden
       

      ENIGMA Look 2

      Date: December 28th 2018 Location: Park Theater (Las Vegas, Nevada)
      After meeting Enigma, Lady Gaga's alter ego, Lady Gaga is taken into a simulation of the future. She emerges on stage in her second look of the show where the past looks a lot like the future according to Mother Monster and she starts to perform fan-favorite "Dance In The Dark."
      Announced while performing at the piano later in the show, Lady Gaga's look was designed by her sister Natali Germanotta - a graduate of Parsons School of Design.
      She begins in a black vinyl leotard with a strappy bustier and laced along the sides in neon green. On top of her leotard, she starts with a black vinyl jacket lined in matching neon green tulle along the arms and high on the shoulders like the shoulder pads LG was known for during The Fame/The Fame Monster. The back of the jacket reads "LG," again in neon green lettering.
      For her shoes, Lady Gaga wears black wedge-style boots the make it easy to move around the stage. The boots rise up to just below the knee and are laced with the same neon green laces as her vinyl leotard.
      Throughout the act of the show, Lady Gaga removes the first jacket and later adds another jacket. This time the jacket is longer, reaching the top of her knees, and made entirely of the neon green tulle that lined the first jacket. Unfortunately, all of Lady Gaga's look in this second act is entirely custom with no similar designs available for purchase anywhere.
      Check out our full coverage of the show here and keep an eye out for more show dates through 2020 to be announced soon! 
      BONUS - Lady Gaga's dancers were also decked out in some amazing couture and we've got the deets!
      To begin, Lady Gaga's dancers all wear various black vinyl designs to match hers. But their looks are accessorized with amazing masks and gloves from Windowsen - the label created by emerging designer Sensen Lii. Lii is a Chinese designer based in Antwerp, Belgium. A close monster friend of mine is friends with Lii and told me about how Nicola Formichetti discovered his work at the VFiles Spring 2019 Show last Fall and asked him to help with Lady Gaga's upcoming residency.
      Some of the masks and gloves worn by her dancers were in that VFiles Show, giving us some great photos of the designs. Others have been showcased on Lii's social media - see left.
      Later in the act, other dancers join Lady Gaga on stage in completely new looks as the dangerous paparazzi. Four looks were made for her four dancers by longtime collaborator, Perry Meek. The designs are each a black jacket finished with the innovative "cyborg" style sleeves by Meek alongside the left arms. Thankfully, Meek uploaded official photos of the designs modeled by Leon Dorrenburg - again, see left.
      They also wear silver helmets similar in aesthetic to Lady Gaga's "Government Hooker" costume from the Born This Way Ball but they were not from Perry Meek.
      By Terran Warden
       

      ENIGMA Look 1

      Date: December 28th 2018 Location: Park Theater (Las Vegas, Nevada)
      Kicking off her Las Vegas residency ENIGMA at Park MGM's Park Theater, Lady Gaga proved it would be a residency unlike any other as she flew down into the crowd from the ceiling (*iconic*)! For her first look, she became a human disco ball in head-to-toe mirror tiles.
      Lucky for us, Lady Gaga styling team of Nicola Formichetti, Tom Eerebout, and Sandra Amador credited the look to be a custom creation by Tom Ford!
      Tom Ford previously created designs with the same interlocking mirror tiles back in Spring 2014 (see right). This time however, Lady Gaga wears a full catshuit complete with matching boots and shoulder pads, and it is incredible!
      Accessorizing her look, Lady Gaga added an incredible eye piece and headpiece handcrafted and designed by London Millinery and bespoke costume designer Lara Jensen. Check out Jensen's original final sketch of the eye piece on the left!
      Check out our full coverage of the show here and keep an eye out for more show dates through 2020 to be announced soon!
      BONUS: Lady Gaga's dancers for the opening segment of "Just Dance," "Poker Face," and "Lovegame" were also outfitted with custom mirror head and eye pieces by Lara Jensen. Each dancer wore a different design but all made with the same material and aesthetic. Jensen took to Instagram to announce her creations and posted photos of both the sketch designs and the final creations in the studio. Check them out on the left!
      By Terran Warden
       

      Japan Premiere Video Message

      Release Date: December 11th 2018 Filming Date: November 26th 2018 Location: Beverly Hills, California
      After becoming a box-office smash around the world, A Star Is Born finally headed to Japan and Lady Gaga sent a message to her Japanese fans via a pre-taped announcement video. In the video Lady Gaga thanked her little monsters, told them about her character Ally, and announced a Japanese contest for a trip to see her at Enigma rehearsals!
      In the video, Lady Gaga wore a beautiful strapless gown with glowingly fresh makeup and hair by Sarah Tanno and Frederic Aspiras.
      Her dress is by August Getty Atelier, from the Spring Summer 2016 collection titled "Thread of Man" when founder and designer August Getty was just 22 years old! Her dress is look 21, the "Aero Gown" from the collection made with flowing gold sequins cascading down a strapless crème column gown. Unfortunately, it is an archival piece and no longer available for purchase.
      Getty was a little monster back when the collection debuting citing Lady Gaga's quote "one sequin at a time" to V Magazine, and he couldn't be prouder to see his design on Mother Monster herself - just check out his Instagram post on the left!
      Lady Gaga finished her look with some incredible diamond earrings - this time by designer Yvan Tufenkjian. This is her first time wearing Tufenkjian and the dangling wing design is "elegantly rebellious" just like their slogan! The earrings are not available for sale online (and likely have an extremely high price point) but, if interested, Tufenkjian store locations can be found here.
      You can watch her video message here!
      By Terran Warden
       
       
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